Wednesday, 21 December 2011
In 1942 Czechoslovakia, SS-General Reinhard Heydrich is appointed to become the Reich Protector of Bohemia and Moravia. The terror and oppression that follow cause Allied authorities in London to authorize a secret mission to kill the man who has come to be known as "The Butcher of Prague". The film explores shows the operation leading up to Heydrich's death as well as the massive German reprisals that followed it.
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Sunday, 18 December 2011
he first scene asserts the danger and cruelty of camp life when a kapo orders a prisoner to kill a weaker one or be killed himself–the classic prisoner’s dilemma–but unlike The Dark Knight, the scene is presented with such sobriety and naturalism that it registers as sad desperation rather than a thrilling plot device. An observing Nazi guard recommends the same strategy be used on a Communist German inmate suspected of harboring secrets, and soon an enclosure is populated by the burly Karl Schongauer (played with world-weary presence by Hans Christian Blech) and David Stein (Jean Negroni), a Jewish watchmaker. Stein is told he has twenty-four hours to “prove he is at least half a man” and kill or be killed; the Nazi commanders bet on who will win.
Gatti’s abstraction situates the action at a fictional camp called Tatenberg. His goal isn’t to document the grisly details of camp life (which he felt were unfilmable) but to highlight the culture of fear and psychological dehumanization that pervaded all the camps. “Before killing a man one kills his dignity,” he has said, and the film extends the active dispiriting of prisoners to the usage of signage hung from their necks and sexual slavery. Most of the drama pivots around the dialogue between the two men in the enclosure and their ultimate decisions. Gatti has attributed his survival of WWII in part because of his ability to retain his sanity, and impressively, the film isn’t an escape drama (though it does highlight organized resistance in the camp); rather, it asks whether it’s possible for a person to maintain his or her humanity in the face of certain death, perhaps the kind of question that only a survivor could pose with utter conviction.
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language: French , subtitles: English, French, Spanish .srt
Monday, 21 November 2011
Sunday, 20 November 2011
The Emperor Jones is a 1920 play by American dramatist, Eugene O'Neill which tells the tale of Brutus Jones (Paul Robeson), an African-American man who kills a man, goes to prison, escapes to a Caribbean island, and sets himself up as emperor.
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Tuesday, 11 October 2011
Monday, 11 April 2011
DVDRip | Lang: Russian, Ukrainian, Belarusian | Subs: English (.srt) | MKV | 720x432 | h264 1568Kbps | AC3 448Kbps | 134mins | 1.46GB
The film shows the heroic defense of the Brest Fortress, which had taken upon the first strike of German fascist invaders on June 22 1941. Story describes the events of the first days of the defense. The film tells about three main resistance zones, headed by the regiment commander, Pyotr Mikhailovich Gavrilov, the commissar Efim Moiseevich Fomin and the head of the 9th frontier outpost, Andrey Mitrofanovich Kizhevatov. Many years later veteran Alexander Akimov again and again recalls the memories of the time, when he, then a 15 year old Sasha Akimov was deeply in love with the beautiful Anya and suddenly found himself in the middle of the bloody events of war.
Thursday, 24 February 2011
Language : French (but also some German)
Length : 1h17 min
This is an unusual porno starring Brigitte Lahaie and Barbara Moose, which takes place in a Paris brothel under Nazi occupation during World War II.
Double-agent Brigitte Lahaie is the star attraction at a strip-joint/brothel called "Le Diable Rose" in Nazi occupied France which is frequented by both Nazis and Partisans alike